Star Tracks

updated 07/10/1989 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/10/1989 AT 01:00 AM EDT

Mikhail Baryshnikov, who dined at New York City's Columbus cafe (which he co-owns), is stepping down next year as head of the American Ballet Theater to relax and read movie scripts.

Pop stars Paula Abdul and Tone Loc lapped it up at an L.A. party that kicked off their current Club MTV Live tour, which will hit 40 cities and also features Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam.

Jodie Foster, whose publicist says she is a "huge David Bowie fan," got face-to-face with her idol at a party for the release of Bowie's new LP, Tin Machine, at El Macomba, an L.A. restaurant.

London calling: L.A. Law's Corbin Bernsen and his wife, British actress Amanda Pays, took Oliver, their 3-month-old son, for his first visit to Mom's homeland to show him off to her parents.

Jacqueline Onassis went to Brooklyn with the preservationist Municipal Art Society (she's a trustee) for a ceremony honoring Brooklyn's renovated Borough Hall. Jackie hits Six O on July 28.

The Zappa bunch, from left, Moon Unit, Dweezil and Ahmet, caught Colleen Ross's show at the Hanson Art Gallery in L.A. Next year, Moon and Dweezil star in Normal Life, a CBS sitcom.

Blair Brown, whose Molly Dodd series now runs on cable TV, went to an American Film Institute screening in New York City with pal William Converse-Roberts, her ex-husband on the show.

Focused on a future directing career, Cosby kid Malcolm-Jamal Warner, 18, got behind the lens in Brooklyn. He has to make a film a week for a summmer course he's taking at New York University.

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